Global Notes: Chicago music salon brings world music traditions from around the world

March 14, 2012

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(WBEZ/Joe Linstroth)
Habib Wardak, a student at DePaul University, plays the rubab in WBEZ studios.

Worldview and Eight Forty-Eight host Tony Sarabia talk with Drew Edwards, a composer and the founder of the World Music Composers' Salon. The Salon brings in musicians from all over the world to lecture and play their music in Chicago. Habib Wardack is a Chicago musician who participates in the Salon. Habib plays a traditional Afghan instrument called the Rubab.

 

 

 

 

What you heard today from Habib Wardack

1. Nun Mae Byaa

2. Byaa De Pa Zulfano Kay

3. Yao Me Naaz, Bel Jafaa

 

You can hear a sample of the work Andrew is doing for his next film project here. To learn more about the World Music Composers' Salon, please contact Andrew Edwards at bluepolicebox.music@gmail.com for more information.

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